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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (horrifying)
a. horrible
La guerra es una experiencia horrible.War is a horrible experience.
b. horrific
El terremoto del 2010 fue horrible.The 2010 earthquake was horrific.
2. (very bad)
a. terrible
Hoy tuve un día horrible en el trabajo.I had a terrible day at work today.
b. awful
La comida en ese restaurante es horrible.The food in that restaurant is awful.
3. (ugly)
a. hideous
Ese vestido color moco está horrible.That booger-colored dress is hideous.
4. (intense)
a. terrible
Me dio un calambre horrible ayer que salimos a correr.I got a terrible cramp yesterday when we went for a run.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (terrorífico)
a. horrifying, terrifying
2. (muy malo)
a. terrible, awful
3. (muy feo)
a. horrible, hideous
1 (espantoso) [+accidente, crimen, matanza] horrific
una pesadilla horrible a horrible nightmare
2 (feo) [+persona, objeto, ropa, cuadro] hideous
ella es guapa pero su novio es horrible she's pretty but her boyfriend's hideous; hizo un tiempo horrible the weather was horrible; tienes una letra horrible your handwriting is terrible
3 (malo, perverso) horrible
¡qué hombre tan horrible! what a horrible man!
4 (insoportable) terrible
tengo un dolor de cabeza horrible I've got a terrible headache; hizo un calor horrible it was terribly hot; the heat was terrible; la conferencia fue un rollo horrible the lecture was a real drag (familiar)
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